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Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Restaurant Harbour Steamboat at Bandar Puteri Puchong

 
It has been raining and raining and raining lately. It's like there is a hole up the sky.

Finished session at Subang Jaya Book Exchange Programme. Don't know what to eat. Mamarazzi said it would be nice to eat something hot as it have been pouring lately.

Decide to have steamboat and Bandar Puteri Puchong seems to have a lot of steamboat place.

Round round the place and this Harbour Steamboat Restaurant seems to have comfortable chairs and there was an empty parking spot nearby, hence, we just "tembak" this restaurant.

Forgotten it was a Sunday. Quiet a lot of people but as we were only 3 person, they managed to find a place for us. Those who came later had to wait for place.

Mamarazzi noticed that they have similar concept as Bone & Pot Steamboat.

They have 8 types of soup base and the soup are charged separately. Customers are to order the dishes they like.

Mamarazzi chosen Macau Pork Bone Soup (half RM10) and Papaya Fungus Soup (half RM7-50). She noted that the soup seems to be from the same source when she asked them to add some more soup. Same clear soup poured into the two halves.

 
Though Mamarazzi noted adding Papaya and snow fungus into the soup, makes the soup taste a lot sweeter. Of the two soup, she preferred the papaya soup.

What is that "stinky" smell?

It's this one. Not sure what it is. Smell like Taucu. Mamarazzi doesn't like it. But Papa loves it very much. Makes the food taste nicer.



Really ah? But I dare not try.


Pretty soon, our food came in a trolley. First tier.....


Second tier....

and third tier....


Am looking for the fire control nob.



Mmmm....can eat liao...smell great.


For me...I had nearly two packet of the Udon Noodles.

so nice to slurrrrrppppp with the soup.

Had the sweet corn and that is all about that my tummy can fit. 

Mamarazzi ordered their "sui kow" (dumplings)

She was very please to discovered that in the dumpling, they had actually added a prawns, black fungus, meat and another ingredient that she could not identify. It was a pleasant surprise as usually dumpling in steamboat consist only of meat.

For us, price was not that cheap but the food was fresh and suit our taste. Hence, Mamarazzi feels that i's worth it.

Here is the address if you wish to try out the food there :

No 42, Ground Floor, Jalan Puteri 2/4
Bandar Puteri Puchong
47100 Selangor
 Tel : 603-80635776


52 comments:

  1. Love steamboat!! My stomach was tortured a lot after reading your post...suffered instant hunger!!

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  2. I love steamboat but my kids don't like. So I have no chance to take steamboat when we go out for meals during weekend.

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  3. There is a hole in the sky! The hole in the ozone layer.... I love steamboat!!!! Yum! Yum!

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  4. Good food for a rainy day. Steam-pot, dumplings. MMMMMM!


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  5. I like steamboat! When I was small I hated it but now old, got change of heart :) There's one in Damansara Utama called Xiao Fei Yang and its pretty good too.

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    1. ooo i know that shop. have not gone there before. next time will try out

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  6. is it halal mamarazzi??? im a steamboat fan.. the food u have makes me drooling for it!!

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  7. Hi There, Sometimes, it is good to pay a little more at a restaurant IF the food is good. Glad you liked this one, even though it was more expensive... We have a dish here called "Chicken and Dumplings" which is quite popular with many Americans... I like to go to a favorite restaurant (Cracker Barrel) and have Chicken and Dumplings...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  8. Steamboat is defenitely suitable to eat during rainy day. YOu make me want to go having steamboat too.

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    1. I love corns too. I always put corn in soup and porridge.

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  9. My family takes steamboat quite often too. Would love to add papaya next time. I trust your taste :)

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  10. Wah!! So many soup base! All I know is chicken, pork, tom yan and herbs that's all. I also love steamboat cause put everything inside, wait for boil and ready to eat =D

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    1. Diana

      now they have a lot of soup base. Good can choose

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  11. well some foods aren't smell good but still delicious

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    1. this oe certainly worth it but the main thing is that it suit our taste as different people have different taste

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  12. soup is something what i also prefer during rainy days

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  13. hope rain won't be a storm soon be careful always

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    1. nah here seldom have storm unless near seaside

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  14. have a great day even tough it's rainy happy blogging and god bless

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  15. Steambot eaten on a rainy day is very nice.

    Must go eat steamboat also one of these days. :)

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    1. I agree, especially on such cold days~~

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  16. I like going for steamboat with a group of friends / family.

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    1. The more the merrier, because steamboat = gathering, no?

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    2. used to have that during school days

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  17. aiyoh, like that one ah?? use the same soup base then just throw the different ingredients for different soup..

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    1. but then steamboat, what soup also quite the same also lah, hahaha!! unless you drink the soup more than eating the food lah..

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    2. but papaya fungus soup, first time seeing that, i supposed it must be very nice and ching tim right?? won't feel jelak that easy mah..

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    3. long time never have steamboat already lah.. the last time was during CNY, every year our reunion dinner sure steamboat one, and then steamboat for few days to clear stock, hahaha!!

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    4. its amazing how different ingredient can change the taste of the soup.

      ya very ching tim and not that heavy.

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  18. ala carte steamboat can cost a bomb >.<

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    1. yup.....but can choose what we wanna eat lor.

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  19. I had a conversation with my bf that I wanna eat steamboat on this rainy season. What a coincidence.

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  20. I can't stand the Sunday crowd anymore. We try to go and makan-makan on Saturdays these days. Puteri is spoilt for choice, not only steamboat and others too. Very tempting and I love steamboat but seldom. My other half tak boleh tahan steamboat.

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  21. Steamboat is the best during rainy season!

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  22. Steamboat restaurants enjoying brisk business in weather like this! :p

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